Fondation Cartier presents its 2017 program
Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain presents its 2017 program with an exceptional exhibition dedicated to photography’s relationship to the automobile, from 1900 to 2017. Before, its clousure for renovations.
Until April 18, 2017, the Fondation Cartier will be closed for renovation.
An exhibition dedicated to photography’s relationship to the automobile, from 1900 to 2017. 30 years after the exhibition Hommage à Ferrari, the Fondation Cartier will once again focus its attention on the world of cars with the exhibition Autophoto dedicated to photography’s relationship to the automobile. Organized in series, Autophoto will bring together 500 works made by 80 historic and contemporary artists from around the world including Jacques-Henri Lartigue, Lee Friedlander, Rosângela Renno and Yasuhiro Ishimoto. Capturing the geometric design of roadways, the reflections in a rear-view mirror or our special relationship with this object of desire, these photographers invite us to look at the world of the automobile in a new way.
April 19–September 24, 2017
Curators: Xavier Barral and Philippe Séclier
Associate curators: Leanne Sacramone and Marie Perennes
Opening October 2017
Les Coulisses d'une collection and En Transparence
Two series of videos about the Collection of the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain released on fondation.cartier.com during the exceptional closing of the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain for renovation
Starting January 30, 2017
An installation created by Diller Scofidio + Renfro presented in Australia and Asia:
January 7–March 25, 2017
Sydney Festival, UNSW Galleries, Sydney, Australia
April 19–July 16, 2017
ART + CLIMATE = CHANGE Festival, Ian Potter Museum of Art, University of Melbourne, Melbourne Australia
April 22–July 13, 2017
Shanghai Project: Envision 2116, Shanghai Himalayas Museum, Shanghai, China
The Collection of the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain
May 31–August 15, 2017
An exhibition of works from the Collection presented at Seoul Museum of Art (SEMA), Seoul, South Korea